Dr Ann van Allen-Russell
Programme Coordinator: BMus (Hons)
Area of work
Module Leader for Specialist Options, Convener for Historical Performance, Musical Studies, Harmony and Counterpoint, Musical Form and Analysis, Research Methods
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, Faculty of Music, King Charles Court, Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London, SE10 9JF
Email: [email protected]
Phone One: +44 (0)20 8305 4444
Teaching interests include music printing and publishing in England during the late 18th and 19th centuries, 18th and 19th century English musical life, and performance practice of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Ann is a baroque flautist and has studied with Janet See, Rachel Brown, and Ashley Solomon. Projects in preparation include a study of Musicians and the Law in England from 1740 –1842 and a biography on the musician Thomas Attwood.
Qualifications / Educational Background
Dr Ann van Allen-Russell holds a B.A. in music history and flute from The Pennsylvania State University (USA), and an MMus in historical musicology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (USA). The subject of her PhD dissertation, from Goldsmiths College, University of London, focused on Johann Christian Bach's use orchestration, specifically the use of wind instruments, in his London works.
Dr van Allen-Russell has presented papers at conferences in the UK, US and Europe and has contributed articles and reviews to 'Eighteenth Century Music', 'Music & Letters', 'The Consort: European Journal of Early Music', and 'Musical Times', as well as a chapter on documents related to the legal proceedings between J. C. Bach and the publishers Longman and Lukey in Garland's 'The Collected Works of Johann Christian Bach', ed. Ernest Warburton.